Flows vs Flogs - What's the difference?

flows | flogs |


As verbs the difference between flows and flogs

is that flows is (flow) while flogs is (flyga).

As a noun flows

is .

flows

English

Noun

(head)
  • Verb

    (head)
  • (flow)
  • Anagrams

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    flogs

    English

    Verb

    (head)
  • (flog)
  • Anagrams

    *

    flog

    English

    Verb

    (flogg)
  • To whip or scourge someone or something as punishment.
  • To use something to extreme; to abuse.
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  • , title=VL idles rough when warm... , group=aus.cars , author=Chris Wardrop , date=October 30 , year=2002 , passage=I did seven laps of Fyshwick with the mechanic today. I was turning lots of heads on the last few, people must of thought I was nuts, flogging' the car then stopping, then driving slow then ' flogging it again. citation
  • (UK) To sell something.
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  • , title=Optus $5/month 5110, T10 and 2288 only 4 days , group=aus.comms.mobile , author=Paul Edwards , date=January 26 , year=2001 , passage=And then there's my part time job at Telstra Bigpond flogging' their cable network for just $67.55/month long term cost, a BARGAIN, and the other part time job ' flogging Foxtel at something like $50/month. citation
  • (transitive, Australia, New Zealand) To steal something.
  • (transitive, Australia, New Zealand) To defeat easily or convincingly.
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  • , title=Nothing to Crow About , group=rec.sport.football.australian , author=Mr Ripper , date=August 16 , year=1999 , passage=The Swannies got on a real roll over rounds 16/17 & 18 of 1987. In consecutive SCG matches, they flogged the Eags 30.21 to 10.11, followed that with a 36.20 to 11.7 demolition of the Dons and finally a 31.12 to 15.17 thrashing of Richmond. citation
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  • , title=Eng v Aus 1977 , group=aus.sport.cricket , author=Cas. , date=June 9 , year=2001 , passage=Anyone with cable watch this on ESPN "History of Cricket" last night? Australia got flogged by an innings in the fourth test. citation
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  • , title=POLISER- Roosters v Bulldogs , group=aus.sport.rugby-league , author=Greg Vincent }:c{ , date=June 5 , year=2004 , passage=It'll make the Raiders look good. ¬†Getting flogged' by a team that got '''flogged''' by a team that got ' flogged by the Bulldogs. citation
  • (agriculture) To exploit.
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  • Synonyms

    * (to whip or scourge) whip

    Derived terms

    * flog a dead horse * flogger * flog the log

    See also

    * flail * flay * vapulate

    Anagrams

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